Accession Number : AD1017760

Title :   2005 Tri-Service Infrastructure Systems Conference and Exhibition. Volume 7, Tracks 7 and 8

Descriptive Note : Conference Proceedings


Personal Author(s) : Strock,Carl A ; Wright,James ; O'Connor,Michael J ; Geusic,Steve ; Hughes,Gregory W ; Schaaf,David M ; Tyler,J J ; Benziger,Andrew ; Chasten,Cameron ; Kraus,Nicholas C ; Connell,Kenneth J ; King,David Jr B ; Waters,Jeffery P ; Curtis,William R ; Williams,Gregory L

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Report Date : 04 Aug 2005

Pagination or Media Count : 618

Abstract : Track 7: *Case History: Multiple Axial Statnamic Tests on a Drilled Shaft Embedded in Shale, by Paul J. Axtell, J. Erik Loehr, Daniel L. Jones *The Sliding Failure of Austin Dam Pennsylvania - Revisited, by Brian H. Greene *M3-Modeling, Monitoring and Managing: A Comprehensive Approach to Controlling Ground Movements for Protection of Existing Structures andFacilities, by Francis D. Leathers and Michael P. Walker *Time-Dependent Reliability Modeling for Use in Major Rehabilitation of Embankment Dams and Foundation, by Robert C. Patev *Lateral Pile Load Test Results Within a Soft Cohesive Foundation, by Richard J. Varuso *Engineering Geology Challenge Engineering Geology Challenges During Design and Construction of the Marmet Lock Project, by Ron Adams and MikeNield *Mill Creek Deep Tunnel Geologic Conditions and Potential Impacts on Design/Construction, by Kenneth E. Henn III *McAlpine Lock Replacement Instrumentation: Design, Construction, Monitoring, and Interpretation, by Troy S. ONeal *Geosynthetics and Construction of the Second Powerhouse Corner Collector Surface Flow Bypass Project, Bonneville Lock and Dam Project, Oregon andWashington, by Art Fong *McAlpine Lock Replacement Project Foundation Characteristics and Excavation, by Kenneth E. Henn III *Structural and Geotechnical Issues Impacting The Dalles Spillwall Construction and Bay 1 Erosion Repair, by Jeffrey M. Ament *Rock Anchor Design and Construction: The Dalles Dam Spillwalls, by Kristie M. Hartfeil *The Future of the Discrete Element Method in Infrastructure Analysis, by Raju Kala, Johannes L. Wibowo and John F. Peters *Sensitive Infrastructure Sites - Sonic Drilling Offers Quality Control and Non-Destructive Advantages to Geotechnical Construction Drilling, by John P. Davis

Descriptors :   ROCKS AND DEPOSITS , rock drilling , rock mechanics , dams , FOUNDATIONS (STRUCTURES) , geology , locks (waterways) , TUNNELS , structural engineering , infrastructure

Subject Categories : Civil Engineering
      Structural Engineering and Building Technology

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE